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rooms of consumers. the company has partnered with tc multimedia technology to develop a home theater system. it is expected to be a smaller version of what is currently in commercial theaters with a few custom elements. tcl's chairman admits there is one main issue. >> customer service will be a big challenge for us to develop. the imax home system will require a team of specialists who know how to fix problems when our users experience any situation. >> executives say the first market they will target is china. the imax tcl home theater will be released in 2015. meanwhile, imax has 785 theaters and 55 countries, and it is still opening theaters and several emerging markets group i spoke with the company's ceo about where he is seeing the most growth and what kind of new technology is in the works. >> pressure has been a fantastic market for us. we have about 40 theaters in russia. ironically, western europe, which you would have thought would develop a long time ago, because of space limitations, we have recently made a lot of progress. we are opening an imax theater at leicester sq
. each unit at the school. they'll open final to stoop down to time the new technology has allowed this to happen. and in northbridge toothpaste and he undercut sticky and can be seen how we asked why don't i just know he cannot pretend to think he knows in our team contesting the tank. eu diplomats trouble to get a response from the us over its alleged spying on european leaders and citizens and county delegation returned from washington was one called feeble explanations are diesel fisher spoke to the hand of the european mission. the antibiotics that we can expect hundred percent constituted to washington told me to investigate staying at the store and allegations of massive failings of spying meant that we were very realistically didn't expect to get you know that the fate of two bouncers about what's going on. if you're a pretender trust between the us congress said the allegations of weeks at this tonight. it's part of me knows that this is an issue and between eu and us. if you have this preventive custody to repair it. that can actually teach. either way here on rte when c
things that have been happening in many ways on automatic pilot because the technology is there, over a course of a long period of time. >> edward snowden is reportedly starting a new job in russia today. his lawyer told a russian news agency or snowden has been hired by major russian website. than 47 million people who receive food stamps in the u.s. will see a decrease in their aid beginning today as a temporary boost from the 2009 stimulus expires. bybed the hunger clip critics, the drop will reduce monthly food stamps for a family of four $36 each month. according to the center for budget and policy priorities, food stamps will now average less than $1.40 per person per meal next year. the decrease comes two days after lawmakers opened talks on a farm bill that will likely cut food stamps even more. one in seven people in the united states rely on food stamps. newly revealed documents have provided hard numbers showing just how few people were able to enroll in health insurance through the new government massiveand its technical failures. the obama administration says there were 4
bad investment for apple. set aside arguments whether or not the technologies work together. tesla is a horrible investment. it is an unprofitable company in one of most capital intensive, ultracompetitive low margin industries in the world. not a good idea. melissa: let me try to make some of the arguments why it might make sense, dan. look at apple, stockholder fallen out of love with apple basically since the passing of steve jobs. maybe they need that injection, that magic factor. they need the charismatic person to be back in the company, dreaming up new inventions and making apple what it was. couldn't elon musk be that kind of creative, driving force, who could bring the imagination and the love back to apple? no, you're shaking your head already. ready to shoot me down. let me have it. >> no, here's the problem, steve jobs, elon musk, not the same. steve jobs solutionized four industries, music phones, movies and computers. all those are insanely profitable businesses today and elon musk is enamored with these kind of very cutting-edge, he is a dreamer, right? you about ver
. bart management says the contract also lets them update technology without always needing union approval. here's reaction on the vote from both management and union officials. >> on want to think our members for the think-our members for these issues that are important i want to thank. --. >> the hard working employes will see a wage increase and of course the rapid increase in technology and equipment. that is something that we read not able to. will help bart implement everything from wireless handheld devices to the simple use of email istead of hand-written notes. going forward.the contract will need final approval from the bart board.the vote will likely come at a board meeting on november 21-st. >> coming up on kron 4 news weekend, this teacher that was tragically shot. been remembered. . soon, californians from sacramento to salinas to san diego will have equal access to quality health insurance. those who need financial assistance will get it. and nobody will be denied because of a pre-existing condition. welcome to a new state of health. welcome to covered california.
which has a very specific for chris. demonstration of indian technology will reach mars. a very large perspective on that is national pride. if india can be china and reaching mars, imagine what would be the kind of national pride. be a long time before india can make that claim. once the spacecraft is launched, it will take quite a while. next year, it will actually reach the orbit of the red planet. all the information it collects will be received right here, but this antenna. link between the earth and india's mars mission. most of this technology is home- grown, and building it costs about a billion dollars a year for india. exploring another planet may not be as useful for india's people as sending satellites into space, but it could give india a much-needed boost in its space race with china, a race in which india has until now been lagging far behind. >> united nations is warning of a potential genocide in the central african republic, where it says the government is unable to control armed groups. aid organizations are calling for urgent help. the u.n. chief, ben kee moon, say
been plagued with problems from the start. it was launched last month. now our government technology team is working to fix some of the bugs and problems this weekend. the site was down overnight and should be back up in about an hour. >> the ravens in cleveland for late afternoon battle with their division rival. this is been a one-sided robbery over the last five years. >> well, for several years the cleveland browns have been a bad football team and the ravens get to play them twice a year. more tags do not, the ravens beat them. baltimore has beaten the browns 11 straight times. but that impressive winning streak is not an early -- has not been easy him. most of the games between these teams have been closely contested and the ravens expect the same in cleveland on sunday. >> every time we play them, you know, it's tough game. it's a physical game. they've run the ball must. they play great defense against us. it is always a fight. >> look at the last game. we didn't score a point until the second of a half. it's always a really good game. >> the linebacker is hoping for a good g
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the authority to introduce new technology without union approval. they are pleased about the 15% and half% increase with the length of the contract and gains on the issue of safety. >> we are looking forward to have tunnels and stations. delight in those. we believe it will make it safe not only for workers but for riders. >> everyone is stuck in 1972 in a lot of ways and our contract is stuck in 1972 and when we fought for was a right to modernize and the right to move ahead. >> it calls for a computerized tracking safety for complaints and clearing mohr brush along the tracks. this came to the forefront after two workers were hit and killed on a bart train during the strike. >> here is another one. they will add dutch doors at every booth. they will also be installed at the oakland coliseum station. >> they will employ $200 a month for healthcare and the trick grows to 144-dollars a month for the last. >> they include cutting overtime costs and they won't be able to take unpaid leave and then by working on their days off. >> there are new he questions about whether the state failed to o
and not the technology? months, years? >> i think the technology will be the headline for some time up we get on the other side of that. and then we can decide our way forward. i do think the white house communications team is guilty of a bit of malfeasance here for this president. p they put him in positions where he's had to be defensive about a policy that is a great policy, that rather than coming out and continuously with a positive message about kids being on their parents' policy until 26, about being able to be covered when you have pre-existing conditions, when you're like me and you had to buy a junk policy that nearly put you into bankruptcy because you got sick. so those kinds of issues we weren't able to get to because of some missteps that we saw earlier on. and so when will this conversation really be had? when we get out of this technology debacle and people can sane ign up for the health they deserve. >> later we'll have a look at some 2016 frontrunners. >>> will the twitter ipo bring in the big pucks? plus prayer and politics. the question before the supreme court this week.
, bringing in experts from top technology companies like google and oracle to fix it. the website has been filled with glitches since launching on october 1st. it is expected to be back on line around 9am eastern. >> scamming, intimidation and extortion. what a group in mexico is doing to stop the corruption. an imprisoned member of pussy riot goes missing. s >>> a woman gaoled for a punk protest in russia has gone missing. the husband of nadya tolokonnikova says he hasn't heard from his wife since she was moved to a new prison. she and members of pussy riot were imprisoned after staging a protest against jooutin at a kath -- vladimir putin at a kath reed ral. >> nadya tolokonnikova has disappeared into a gulag system. they fear the russian authorities are trying to crush her spirit. she was being held in penal colony number 14, several hundredkm east of moscow. al jazeera contacted her husband, and he said nadya tolokonnikova was deliberately being cut off from the outside world. he was worried. >> nadya tolokonnikova is reported to be in a weak condition after two hunger strikes. she sta
the technology, we have a problem and we ought to do something about it. >> abby got her infection playing sports, scraping her knee. can we catch the superbugs anywhere. hospitals, you think, are the likely place to get them. >> hospitals have a dense population of sick individuals putting a lot of others at risk for bacteria shared by patients. some live in the community, but in general if one is healthy, it's less likely for you to acquire true disease. abby's case is unusual. she has mersa, which lives on the skin and con inokayulate an abrasion. other bacteria come from the gut and it could be that someone is in hospital for another reason, has the bacteria enter the bloodstream and coat niv or a breathing tube and cause infection that way. yes, it's easier to get true bacteria. >> now, how many infections? is there a lot out there that can't be treated with antibiotic s. >> the c b.c. report said 2 million people a year are getting resisted infection. it's hard, it's an estimate. it's hard to nope. >> we are not tracking it. and they think 23,000 have died, but they don't know for sure. >>
share, and as i noted at the top, there has been extraordinary change, technological change in the last 10 or 20 years and certainly in the last ten or so years since 9/11, that has affected i mean, the whole world in the way that we transmit and gather information. and that includes, that has brought about changes in the way and developments in the way that we gaerth intelligence and changes in the way that those in the world want to do harm to americans and their allies operate. that has meant we have had to adapt. as we have adapted and as we adapt, we need to make sure as the president is insisting that we keep a balance that protects our security and takes into account our real privacy concerns. >> sir, revelations of this eavesdropping, have caused damage with our allies, when would you expect the reviews that you talk about to be done and would you expect them to do scalling back of phone conversations of our friends? >> the entire review that is led by the white house will be completed by the end of the year, there are other efforts under way by the review group on intelligence
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. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> woodruff: israel has launched new air strikes into syria. u.s. security officials say the attack came after nightfall, in the syrian port city of latakia after nightfall. the target was said to be russian-made, surface-to-air missiles. it's at least the third time this year that israel has carried out air strikes inside syria. syria has met a deadline to destroy all of its declared chemical weapons making equipment. the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons verified it today. it's part of syria's agreement with the u.n. to destroy all chemical facilities and weapons by mid-2014. we'll have more on syria, later in the program. china demanded an explanation today after reports that u.s. and australian embassies a
, radical who is don't read science. but because of market forces and technology, the way technology has developed. and these other resources are better. so why not have a level playing field and allow nuclear to compete against renewals, they're winning. >> we're running out of time. we'll continue the debate throughout the week because this is a fascinating discussion and it really is a very provocative program and we recommend that everybody see it and you guys have seen it, we've all seen it. at this point, pandora's promise airing thursday at 9:00 p.m. eastern. thanks to our guests, we appreciate you both weighing in. and coming up, the president uses it to start a revolution in the middle east. how you can own a piece of this. we're talking about twitter going public. >>> then soccer fans out of control in serbia. how they started this huge fire during a heated match. ♪ humans -- we are beautifully imperfect creatures, living in an imperfect world. that's why liberty mutual insurance has your back, offering exclusive products like optional better car replacement, where, if your c
be in tcr be revised to allow u.s. leadership in the field? >> the missile technology controllers. >> yeah. there are a couple pieces to that. unmanned systems lie in large is the number one biggest thing they are is an isr platform, basically ability to gather information and that's one of the capacity that our partners to have. how to rebuild a capacity of afghanistan. so i think they can play a role. the thing i worry about is we have this paranoid about selling the systems. we have a problem right now in italy and elsewhere, and i just think that's a huge mistake. i have done a great deal of work on export control and i think our export control policy has been a disaster, because it's based on the premise that somehow we in the u.s. are the only ones that are capable of building military equipment excellensoif we don't let it oul never happen. that really doesn't work particularly well. what it does do is devastate domestic industry. satellites are the greatest example of this. when it was passed in the late 90s would roughly two-thirds of the global satellite market. we're now down to
been minor changes. and it has been more secure as the technology has allowed that to happen. at the same time as you just heard from mr. jenky that a lot of people who are involved in this industry including representatives from lava bit and silent circle believe that it is no longer a form of communication that can be are -- that can be trusted. dark mail would be e-mail 3.0. let's have a whow whole new structure of receiving and sending e-mails but everything is going to be encrypted in multiple ways and multiple levels. the key is perfect mobile secrecy. right now the things is https. you see the lock icon that means everything is being secured by s.s.l. and this is long and boring. so i'm going to cut myself off right there. but i'll tell you that that's really secure. but once that single key is compromised all the data itself is compromised. what this would do, it would allow the individual user ona the smartphone or the lap to be to decode the messages. and the information would never be served on servers unless it's fully encrypted. and everybody in that case the dar
of technology and globalization if ever one is intertwined into epic would be nice if the suspects though otherwise though. not surprising not only thing it's that problematic. the revelations of us going and european leaders he spots something of a diplomatic crisis has forced the white house the promised reforms to even acknowledge that america's electronic surveillance may have gone too far a suicide bowman has put himself up in the chase he tortured soul to sight see with such assaults since two thousand to you in a country no clapping islamist militants tasted like a awesome apron libya there were no other casualties according to security officials course but the surprise and show the ruling seven this morning. the helpful. i was fortunate to all the senate's college and i couldn't sleep was an explosion at the time bob care of itself. i mean i'm twenty. i danced all except me. i don't go to beach and the dry side though the explosion one bomb. it's all a dream. i never see this in my life why are you watch the tv was happening in iraq iran but now in all my life. what does that sent
of american power. silicon valley and superior technologies were not far behind. opening up more horizons in the nation's history. the term american exceptionalism originated in 1830 with a frenchman dispatched to america whose observations of the young nation endure. the homicidal joseph stolen is said to have called america exceptional because he couldn't get enough citizens to rally to his cause. several american presidents especially ronald reagan amplified the theme and pointed to our nation as a model. the city upon a hill. john winthrup as early as 1630 spoke aboard the ship telling his fellow puretans we must e a hill, the eyes of all people are upon us. detractors lump american exceptionalism with distorted patriotism and cheerleading. it makes them feel objective and wise but at every turn history confronts them. the great iron chancellor uni unifier of germany found a kindred spirit in america credited with saying what we learn from history is that no one learns from history but, he added, god has a special providence for fools, drunkards and the united states. that's worth rem
an impossible illusion by seeking to develop this island nuclear technology while expanding its economy to be democratic republic of congo now wear them twenty three rebels have reportedly declared a new ceasefire georgia's news agency says the rebels want oaks in kampala to continue the announcement came despite congolese troops intensifying their military campaign against the group correspondence to the phrase has been traveling with a specialist un peacekeeping brigade in the east of the country and she filed this report the drill. he says he wins first peacekeeping team assigned to carry out targeted operations the force intervention brigade is a specialized unit made up of more than three thousand south african tanzanian and the green troops. they are heavily armed and manged to conduct offensive scheme aimed to guard against an escalation in eastern congo is ongoing war and keeping rebels out of the eastern capital goma joel mchale. on a sunday morning is to allow him to miss out on a routine patrol covered the twenty kilometer radius around the list for renters. the bomb. they c
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other for food and goods and use sophisticated technology. in between, there is a range that fills the spectrum. all of these differences are cultural, learned behavior, the result of a complex interaction between our inventiveness and our natural environments. as we search for new horizons, our inventiveness thrusts us across the boundaries of space, into new worlds. this new view of earth dispels an ancient myopia -- the artificial boundaries of our states and the politics that often divide us. here is a vision of one planet and one family of humankind. but the view from earth reminds us of a common human dilemma, the rise and fall of our many ways of life. here, among the ruins of ancient civilizations, archaeologists are retracing the steps in a long and shared human odyssey. across two worlds, the old and the new, they are discovering the independent spark of the human genius, the many times and places that we have created grand civilizations. ancient egypt. as early as the 18th century, scholars came here to marvel at and study the great relics of the ancient sun kings. labor
it swaps information on the latest technology, but denies it is breaking laws. >> relatives of a woman gaoled for a punk protest are worried about her welfare. the husband of nadya tolokonnikova said hasn't heard from his wife since she moved prisons. >> nadya tolokonnikova has disregard into a soviet style gul ag system after being transferred. they fear the authorities are trying to crush her spirit. he was held in penal colony 14. nadya was deliberately being cut off from the outside world, said her husband. nadya tolokonnikova is reported to be in a weak condition after two hunger strikes. she staged them to protest the appalling conditions in which she was held. >> in a letter smuggled out of the penal colony, she said inmates were forced to work 16 hour days in a sewing sweatshop. she said they were treated like slaves. the authorities refused her request toe be let out on parole so she could look after her 50-year-old daughter. >> she was sentenced to two years in prison after taking part in the pussy riot protest staged in moscow's main cathedral. >> i want to say a few words
change. here is a relevant quote. while there will be no single technological silver bullet the time has come for those who take the threat of global warming seriously to embrace the development and deployment of safer nuclear power systems as one among several technologies that will be essential to any credible effort to develop an energy system that does not rely on using the atmosphere as a waste dump. remember this summer in a 45-minute long speech on climate change at georgetown, president obama only briefly touched on nuclear power. >> we are building the first nuclear power plants in more than three decades in georgia and south carolina. for the first time in 18 years america is poised to produce more of our own oil than we buy from other nations. >> a big part of the reason nuclear power doesn't have more support among politicians in dc, their constituents may be concerned. >> if we have a coal mining accident which is awful, it doesn't shutdown the coal industrial. we have had oil spills that did not shutdown the oil industry, as awful as they have been. but nuclear is fragile t
science and technology. let's talk about the test, diagnosing whether a foetus has downs syndrome. how big a breakthrough was that. >> this is an exciting test. instead of taking samples of something from the placenta or the fluid surrounding the foetus, which means sticking a needle - and it's invasive, this is a test you can do that takes dna that's floating around in the mother's circulation. you take a blood somp from the mother and look for dna that has originated in the foetus and analyse the dna. >> earlier tests possibly jeopardised the life of the foetus. >> it spread the rick that you'd lose the foetus >> having the paitent overturned - what does it mean? >> four companies are vying for the diagnostic test, two in the united states and a couple in china. >> all for will stay in the market. >> what does that mean for mothers? >> it means that there are alternatives for getting the test, and it's probably going to mean that over time the prices will drop fasters and there'll be competition for -- faster and there'll be competition for how quickly you can turn the test around. there
. this is a 77 year-old bridge ended 77 year-old steel and 77 year- old technology that was at least 77 year-old technology if not older used to design this so as you start cutting into the bridge particularly the steel go load and the bearing of ships and other areas. as people are driving areas and the bike and pedestrian paths. they probably won't notice much except for the equipment moving around but there really will not be able to see a whole lot of activity. it's not eye level. there will certainly be able to hear it particularly if you're on the bike and pedestrian paths. >>: and i told this first phase of demolition should take about six weeks. of the next phase will start early next year and that's when they will start moving the big steel truss that tuesday along the bridge. reporters along the old eastern span of the bay bridge scott rates, kron 4 news. >>anny: coming up on the kron4 morning news and pedestrian and struck and kron4 morning news and pedestrian and struck and kto those who've worried... suffered in silence... hoped... and lived in a state of fear... welcome to a ne
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can we manage for this weather new technology is a and that is also part of the story that this may come to change globally at that store. let's talk about some of those solutions. firstly i'm in some of the remedies that are being proposed to the european level to very hot topics lately. possible tax on an alliance and the other tax on cars for carnations. if we can start with the with the airline issue of course the commission had to backtrack on a previous proposal about this because it was say resisted by commercial airline interest is that the present still have a future. yes it has sped what we achieved. but 'd like to call back tracking. that was that one months ago. in montreal. we had the whole world not for the first time ever two great now we need a local market based mechanism for and the nation and the nation so for the fast time the welcome aviation industries and conscience acceptance that a geisha also has to be part of the solution as the small things that aren't quite the same. and while we awaiting follow the teachings of that to be settled and the purchase of sto
by: >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> ifill: billionaire investor steven cohen and his high- profile hedge fund agreed today to a record plea deal for insider trading. s.a.c capital advisors will admit to criminal fraud and pay $1.8 billion in fines and forfeitures. for federal prosecutors in new york, it's the biggest catch yet in a long-running investigation. >> sometimes institutes need to be held accountable too. no institution should rest easy in the belief that it is too big to jail. that is a moral hazard that a just society can ill afford. >> ifill: cohen was not charged with any criminal violation, but will no longer manage money for anyone but himself. we'll have more on the details of the case, right after the news summary. th
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and state and local law-enforcement to make sure , to it is more seamless take advantage of technology while at the same time protecting privacy and civil liberties. this is what the congress and the intelligence community is trying to figure out. host: if i'm in the nsa and i heard what jeremy herb told me about the efforts in congress, legislatively, what is my reaction? that the nsak reaction is probably let's not over correct because of some of the issues that edward snowden has been able to put out. their mission lately has been to try to make the american people more aware of the terrorist plots that have been foiled because of their action. over theseen red chili summer and even this week general alexander and director clapper be more forthright over the plot that have been foiled third if you count europe, it gets into the couple dozen area. that is something we have to be able to put out there to give reassurance to people like your that the intelligence community are doing all they can to protect us from international terrorism. host: our guest, michael allen, managing director of
engineers, and all the stem fields, science, technology, engineers, and matt represented in the nasa portfolio. a healthy nasa pumps that. a healthy nasa is a fly wheel that society taps for innovations. >> over the past 15 years, booktv has air over 40,000 programs about nonfiction books and authors. booktv, every weekend on c-span2. >> next, a discussion on the government shut down, the debt ceiling, and health care law with the president of the nra and former adviser to richard nixon. this event hosted by the center of national interest is 90 minutes. >> [inaudible] i'm editor of national interest, and we have convened this meeting because of the crisis that we recently experienced the standoff of president obama and congressional republicans. in a number of questions emerged from that crisis include, but not limited to the future of the republican party itself, the impact on america's image abroad, and what it implies for the duration of president obama's presidency. to answer questions or attempt to address them, we've assembled a distinguished panel here today including david k
at detecting strokes. technology, mri scanning, and we can pick up more strokes than we used to. >> you mentioned detecting strokes. how can one tell. i understand there's a fast method. >> that is a fantastic question. because strokes can have variable symptoms, it's important that we get out the word on how to tell you are having a stroke. there's a push to educate the government about doing a fast screen. that's the numonic, it's fast. the f stands for face. you look for asymmetry, weakness in one side of the face. you can ask someone to smile if you believe they are having a stroke. we are looking at the mouth. if one side is different from the or, it's conservative. the a is arm. ask them to hold up their arms, if one drifts, it's concerning for weakness. the s is speech. this can be slurred speech or it can be difficulty getting your words out or difficulty understanding what one says to you. any of those would be concerning and cause to bring someone into the hospital. the t is important - which is time. time is brain. every minute 2 million neuroons die. 2 million brain cells di
says the website outages will be routine for the time being to give its technology team time to fix the site's flaws and glitches as they're called. this as the white house finds itself on defense over a poor signup numbers to date. >> our goal is to get as many people done as possible. i can promise you the first enrollment numbers which are released later this month are not going to be what we want them to be. no question about that. website hasn't worked really when it's worked but we take responsibility for that, take responsibility for the errors, responsibility for fixing it. >> i think the government is inherently inhe want. government has to do certain things. there's a certain safety net. there's national defense, there's roads, a judiciary but government shouldn't take on new opportunities or new things to do when it's not managing what it has now. jenna: two different opinions there. chief white house for respondent ed henry talking to us. we encourage people to sign up for obamacare. we have very limited numbers at this point but do we have any indication about how this
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industrial average but it includes tech companies like cisco and ibm. qualifies as the nexus of technology and finance. old industrial complex and ge, all of the above. it's a perspective. on the other question, it's a very, very, very good point. you notice chairman bernanke gave testimony in may, late may, where he flicked at this idea of tapering some of the quantitative easing, some of the extraordinary stimulus on the order of $85 billion a month of purchases of treasury and mortgage securities that have been piled on in addition to keeping zero interest rates since december of 2008. that's the fed's traditional lever of monetary policy. when they suggested to taper, the experience in volatility, everybody started to worry about higher interest rates. in the end, the economy wasn't strong enough, especially with the federal reserve with transition from bernanke to janet yellen for them to take away the stimulus. it's worrisome, we're not talking about increasing interest rates. we're talking about them pulling away some of the emergency -- there's quantitative easing one, quantitative
on science and technology, transportation and infrastructure, she co-chairs the woman's caucus and she is the chair of the democratic women's working group. she also co-founded the national network to end domestic violence in 1994. she was the executive director. am proud to ask my colleague, the honorable donna edwards, to consume as much time as she may. ms. edwards: i thank the gentleman and i thank you very and i know that you join with your colleague, mr. poe of texas, in hosting this hour so that we can have an opportunity to remember why it is that we identify and commemorate domestic violence awareness month. and to make a commitment from this day forward and this coming year to the next time when we have this observance to do what we can to end domestic violence. and i think after all that is the goal. i can't remember, mr. green, when i first became interested in domestic violence. and even aware of domestic violence. but i look back to the times when i was growing up, i grew up in a military family, and we lived in very close quarters and our neighbors, we shared a wall in t
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